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saleroom

Chiefly Brit a room where objects are displayed for sale, esp by auction
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And while it's quite possible to pay upwards of PS100,000 for a matched pair of new sporting guns made by one of the top London makers and have a minimum 21/2-year wait for the privilege of shooting with it, it's equally possible to pick up a "London best" gun in the saleroom.
THE gavel will fall for the final time today at a North saleroom, bringing to an end over 100 years of auctions there.
Throughout the sale, bidders competed fiercely, on the telephone, Internet and in the saleroom to acquire some of these key pieces by leading artists of modern Egyptian art, a statement said.
The collection will be on view at Rogers Jones's saleroom in Colwyn Bay, on Sunday August 29 (from 2pm until 4pm); Monday August 30 (from 1pm until 7pm) and on the morning of the sale, Tuesday August 31, from 9am until 10.
And live online auctions mean that even remote provincial salerooms find they can attract bidders from more than 20 countries at any one time--wherever you are, you're global.
It is due to be sold by auctioneer Nigel Ward & Co at its salerooms in Herefordshire, along with papers detailing the ring's provenance.
The portrait will be sold at Christie's in London on July 5, and will be on public view at the King Street salerooms from June 30.
Christie's has 85 offices in 43 countries and 14 salerooms around the world including in London, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Geneva, Milan, Amsterdam, Tel Aviv, Dubai, Hong Kong and Zurich.
IT'S the end of an era today for ace auctioneer of 45 years John Simmons and his Saltburn Salerooms.
Free saleroom valuations and advice on buying and selling militaria is offered at Rogers Jones salerooms in Colwyn Bay, North Wales, and Cardiff, where items can be left for inclusion in the sale, which will be held at the Llandough saleroom in Penarth Road.
She will be pleased to meet anyone in the salerooms to chat about your collections.
Auctioneer Adrian Mackwell, who is from Biddle & Webb, in Edgbaston, says he's constantly surprised at some of the highly collectable items that are brought into their salerooms, even though the owners are completely oblivious to the fact that they have something that is worth money.